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PBS NewsHourHow climate #change is #making these bamboo-eating #lemurs go ...PBS NewsHourClimate change is starving out Madagascar's greater bamboo lemur, a study published Thursday reports in Current Biology.and read more...

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(Field Museum) Lemurs eat way less #fruit than most other primates, and #scientists have a new hypothesis as to why: the fruit on Madagascar, where the #lemurs live, is unusually low in protein. Scientists posit that the evolution of unusual dietary behaviors in lemurs, from leaf-eating to hibernating, is tied to fruit read more...

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The Smithsonian's National Zoo shared #video of their #lemurs digging into raisins and fruit inside #pumpkins. The Smithsonian's National Zoo shared video of their lemurs digging into raisins and fruit inside read more...

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Mental FlossWhy Are Lemurs So Weird? Maybe Because They Don't Eat Enough ...Mental FlossLemurs #are weird animals. Found only in Madagascar, they're primates (like apes, gorillas, and us), but unlike all other primates, they do things like hibernate ...and read more...

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Mental FlossWhy Are Lemurs So Weird? Maybe Because They Don't Eat Enough ...Mental FlossLemurs #are weird animals. Found only in Madagascar, they're primates (like apes, gorillas, and us), but unlike all other primates, they do things like hibernate ...and read more...

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CosmosLemurs are what they #eat | CosmosCosmosResearch finds that poor quality fruit drives Madagascan diets. Andrew Masterson reports.and read more...

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NewsweekMadagascar's Lemurs Eat Foods That Make No Sense?Why?NewsweekMadagascar's #lemurs do a lot of things that at first glance make no sense?performing ballet-like dances across the sand; singing like a whale?but one for ...Lemurs are what they #eat | CosmosCosmosall 4 news read more...

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Phys.OrgRed-bellied #lemurs maintain gut health through #touching and 'huddling' each otherPhys.OrgAura Raulo, lead author and graduate student at Oxford's Department of Zoology, said: 'In close #social groups like red-bellied lemurs, social environment is key to immunity. Animals that touch each other more tend to spread microbes, both good and bad ...and read more...

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News-Medical.netScientists find #link between #physical #contact and gut bacteria in red-bellied lemursNews-Medical.netAura Raulo, lead author and graduate student at Oxford's Department of Zoology, said: 'In close social groups like red-bellied lemurs, social environment is key to immunity. Animals that touch each other more tend to spread microbes, both good and bad read more...

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Science DailyLemurs #maintain gut health through 'huddling' togetherScience DailyAura Raulo, lead author and graduate student at Oxford's Department of Zoology, said: 'In close #social groups like red-bellied #lemurs, social environment is key to immunity. Animals that touch each other more tend to spread microbes, both good and bad read more...

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As the #climate changes and Madagascar's dry season gets longer, endangered greater #bamboo lemurs may be forced to eat less nutritious food, and could slowly read more...

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While trying to #report on the annual animal count at Banham Zoo in Norfolk, England, BBC reporter Alex Dunlop was mobbed by a family of #lemurs. As Dunlop tried giving his report, the creatures began jumping and climbing onto his shoulders. The lemurs were trying to see what was in Dunlop?s closed fists, taking bites out of both hands. Whenever Dunlop tried to share his report, he was only able to express his pain, ?I?m at one of the ... OW!? Even though the animals ruined Dunlop?s segment, he seemed to take the experience in stride, ?Well, this I think is one of the more enjoyable parts of read more...

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While trying to #report on the annual animal count at Banham Zoo in Norfolk, England, BBC reporter Alex Dunlop was mobbed by a family of #lemurs. As Dunlop tried giving his report, the creatures began jumping and climbing onto his shoulders. The lemurs were trying to see what was in Dunlop?s closed fists, taking bites out of both hands. Whenever Dunlop tried to share his report, he was only able to express his pain, ?I?m at one of the ... OW!? Even though the animals ruined Dunlop?s segment, he seemed to take the experience in stride, ?Well, this I think is one of the more enjoyable parts of read more...

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